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Miners' Memorial Park

A small public park honoring the community’s rich iron ore mining history and those that were dedicated to that industry. Located at the intersection of Witherbee, Tracy (Rt 6), Belfry and Powerhouse Roads at the former location of Central Powerhouse in the hamlet of Witherbee. On display are various artifacts once used in the iron ore industry. 

Empire State Trail

The Empire State Trail is a 750 mile multi-use trail connecting Manhattan to northern Lake Champlain that began as a New York State initiative in 2017.  The initiative will connect residents and visitors to the natural, historic and cultural features of this important corridor and link communities throughout the state. Hikers, cyclists, and in some areas snowmobilers, will be welcome.  The tentative completion date is in 2020. 

Mt Defiance

This historic location and scenic drive offers unmatched views of Fort Ticonderoga as well as Lake Champlain from above.

How to get there

From Rt. 22, turn onto Montcalm St. towards Ticonderoga proper. After passing over the river, take your first left on to Cossey St. Make the turns to continue on Cossey St. until Defiance St. on your left. Continue up Defiance St. to reach the toll booth on your left.

Poke-O-Moonshine Day Use Area

Poke-O Moonshine Mountain offers a huge a variety of activities for anyone looking for a place to spend the day, with an easy hike to the top, gorgeous swaths of rock for climbing, and plenty of wildlife, you're sure to find something at Poke-O.

How to get there

Located South of Keeseville on Rt. 9, the Poke-O Moonshine trailhead is a good starting point for a number of activities.